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Olathe, KS (États-Unis)
Plus de 10 000 employés
1989
Entreprise cotée en bourse (GRMN)
Fabrication de produits grand public
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    Société ou tout est intégré de la conception, fabrication, marketing et même l’après-vente. Tournée vers l’innovation il n’y pas une année qui ressemble a une autre. Très bonne santé financière et faible turnover. Une équipe dynamique qui permet de progresser en skills et savoir faire pour peu qu’on se prenne un peu en main.

    Inconvénients

    Des lacunes RH a l’embauche comme a l’évolution des salaries qui se comblent petit a petit. Encore des manques de coordination internationales.

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    Entretien de Configuration Management Engineer

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Olathe, KS (États-Unis)
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    J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé un entretien à Garmin (Olathe, KS (États-Unis)) en juin 2017.

    Entretien

    About two weeks after applying online on the Garmin website I was called by a recruiter who set-up a phone interview, which took place two days later. The phone interview was a basic screening call with a member from the HR department. There were questions that you would encounter in a basic interview about strengths, weaknesses, greatest challenge, resolving conflicts, etc. There was some technical questions that mostly focused on explaining basic programming concepts, much like on a test or quiz from college classes. Lastly, I was asked if I had any other offers from other companies.

    About a week after the phone interview I received an email asking to schedule an on-site interview at Garmin in Olathe, Kansas. It was also requested of me to provide my latest performance review documents from my current employer, as well as two references.

    The on-site interview lasted 2.5 hours and consisted of three parts; an HR interview, a technical interview, and a tour. The HR interview was with the same person who performed my phone interview and spent most of the time explaining to me how the benefits work, and asking if I had any questions about the benefits programs. This interview lasted about 30 minutes.

    The technical interview was with three software developers; one was a manager, and the other two worked under the manager. This interview lasted about 1.5 hours and consisted of several questions, the important ones I have listed in the Interview Questions portion. In addition to the questions I listed, there were multiple programming concept questions, similar to the ones asked during the phone interview.

    Something very important to note is that Garmin uses only C++ and not any other languages. When they asked my language set, I listed the 8 to 10 that I use in my current job, and the Garmin developers were not familiar with any of them (they only knew C++). Yet, they were adamant that I prove my proficiency in OOP, specifically C++, and were not concerned with much else. It gave the appearance, to me, that the software development at Garmin might be behind the times, and not moving forward with the industry.

    After the technical interview was a tour of the campus that lasted about 30 minutes, after which I was dismissed. The building is very old with low lighting, and most offices are in the middle of the buildings without windows. There are often 3 to 4 employees sharing a small interior office. It was not very inviting.

    I hope this experiences and observation is helpful to others.

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